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When ambitious Chicago marketing exec Emily unexpectedly lands her dream job in Paris, she embraces a new life as she juggles work, friends and romance.
When she was only seven, Zhuo Yifeng witnessed both of her parents die in a car accident. The extreme trauma causes her to suffer from selective amnesia as she completely blocks out her past experience. Zhuo Yifeng's parents leaves her under the care of their friend Su Zijian whose young son Su Muyun is two years younger. Assuming a new identity, Su Nianfeng grows up alongside her younger brother Su Muyun except their relationship is less than friendly. Su Muyun is a legendary name at school while Su Nianfeng is someone easily ignored. During her third year, Su Nianfeng who had no goals in life becomes determined to apply for her medical school because of her good friend Yue Diyin. Yue Diyin is her close confidante. He is warm as the sunshine but suffers from a strange disease. Su Muyun is mean to Su Nianfeng on the surface but silently stands by her as she reaches for her dreams. As they enter university, popular girl Ouyang Qingxue exposes a so-called truth that causes Su Niangfeng to misunderstand the family that adopted her. She leaves home to live independently in search for the truth.
Sang Tian is an aspiring figure skater. On the day she turns 18, she vows to her family that she will be accepted to the same university that her mother once attended. To get in, she must pass a test, which she – an exceptionally competent skater and student – expects to ace. However, things do not go according to plan for Sang Tian and she fails the exam.
Undaunted, Sang Tian decides not to give up, and in desperation, she dresses as a male ice hockey player and joins in a trial match for the college team. She unexpectedly shines, and is selected as part of the men’s ice hockey program.
Things get even more complicated for her when she realizes that Wen Bing, a young man she has crossed swords with in the past, is also part of the team. Worse still, she finds she must share a dormitory with him, and struggles to keep her true identity a secret.
On the ice, Sang Tian and Wen Bing prove to be the catalysts for their team’s newfound success, and the team finds itself in with a shot at the championship. As the two students start to get to know one another, they develop a mutual respect for one another…but could that one day turn to love?
It follows the story of a girl named Jiang Jun who meets her close childhood friend, Ma Yuan Shuai, in the workplace—this time, however, not as an ally but as a rival... Jiang Jun is an educated woman with a double degree in economics and psychology. Her parents' liberal ways of raising her gave rise to her strong, independent, and idealistic character. After graduating from college, she begins to work for a non-profit organization to follow her dream of helping others. However, her father’s sudden death leaves her on a crucial crossroad in her life. She decides to join MH, a top investment company, to fulfill her father’s dying wish. Jiang Jun runs into her childhood friend Ma Yuan Shuai, yet he’s different from the gentle and caring protector that she remembered him to be. He is now her rival at work. Furthermore, someone seems to be plotting against her and she must rely on her wits and will to succeed not just in her career, but also in love.
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What started from exam cheating in the classroom escalated to stealing a national test paper. These are not your everyday students. They’re a reflection of the cheating that happens at every level in Thai society. Lin: (Plearnpichaya Komalarajun) A genius who cheats for revenge against the school. Hoping to reclaim the tea money her father (Saksit Tangthong) paid to the Headmistress (Apasiri Chantrasmi). Bank: (Jinjett Wattanasin) A son who is dutiful to his mother (Ratchanok Sangchuto) but has to cheat because fate is always playing tricks with him. Pat: (Paris Intarakomalyasut) The son of a wealthy family who cheats because he’s pressured by his father (Willie McIntosh) who is the family’s dictator. Grace: (Sawanya Paisarnpayak) It's not clear why this young girl cheats. Is it because she’s swayed by her friends?